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Rev. George W. Southwick Collection Deposited at Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center

George W. Southwick (1918-2006) was a well-known figure in Pentecostal churches in southern California. He held ordination, at various times, in four different bodies: International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; Assemblies of God; Whosoever Will; and Apostolic Holiness. 272 more words


Positive signs for South Yorkshire economy

2014 was a reasonably active year for deals locally with local listed companies SIG plc and Pressure Technologies plc both making several acquisitions. SIG made four acquisitions: Trimform Products Ltd, a rainwater management business; Inatherm BV, a Dutch heating and air-conditioning business; Sodimat SAS, a French distributor of flat roofing products and Avonside Roofing They were also in sales mode, selling Miller Pattison to Help-Link, the boiler installation business backed by North Edge Private Equity.  410 more words

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Hershey gets a Krave-ing for beef jerky

Chocolate maker Hershey is making a move outside the candy aisle with an agreement to buy Krave, which makes beef jerky and other high-protein snacks. 433 more words


The ins and outs of purchasing a business

Buying and selling a businesses are parts of entrepreneurship, and with good reason. Selling a business can be a lucrative trade for entrepreneurs, while purchasing a company that is rife with growth opportunities is a boon for eager and intrepid investors. 224 more words

Spectro Scientific Expands Its Ability to Serve End Users

MBBP client Spectro Scientific acquired 100% of On-Site Analysis, Inc. (OSA) expanding the ability to serve end users of condition monitoring equipment. OSA specializes in manufacturing analytical equipment primarily for on-premise coolant, oil and lubrication testing for municipal and commercial fleet vehicles.  74 more words


With the Economy Improving, Museums Go on a Buying Spree

Museum directors and curators are, by nature, hoarders. But the recession reined in the urge to splurge, or at least the ability to, at many cultural institutions across the country. 1,210 more words

Delaware Supreme Court Reverses Injunction Order

By Joseph C. Marrow

On December 19, 2014, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed a preliminary injunction ordered by the Delaware Court of Chancery in C&J Energy Services, Inc. 611 more words